Right to Move (RTM) is typically open weekday evenings from 6-9 pm. On certain Saturdays, a shift welcoming anyone who identifies themselves as woman, queer or trans, called WTF (Women-Trans-Femme) is held. For more information on WTF, please refer to “Girl’s Night In“.
RTM also hosts occasional intensive workshop tutorials and other events. RTM is closed exceptionally from time to time, and members are notified of such occasions via a mailing list. RTM is usually closed for a period of two weeks during the holidays.
RTM is located in the alley between Bishop and Mackay, below Sherbrooke o. The nearest metro station is Guy-Concordia; generally, you can transport your bicycle on the Metro (subway) on weekends all day, and on weekdays from 10-3 pm, and from 7 pm onward.
On this page, you’ll find a compiled list of Montreal community bike shops, with complete information, including local maps. The information here is maintained on a ‘reasonable-effort’ basis only.
For a wider perspective, Montreal’s Community Bike Shops is a cumulative map of local not-for-profit shops offering instruction and bicycle maintenance and repair facilities to the general public. Globally, there’s an open collaboration map available showing community bicycle organizations world-wide.